Stryker was named for a family. It was once a station on the Great Northern. (from Cheney's Names on the Face of Montana, Mountain Press Publishing Company)
Stryker is situated between Whitefish and Eureka in the beautiful mountainous region outside of Glacier National Park. Also located in the extreme northwest corner of Montana, the Ten Lake Scenic Area of the Kootenai National Forest offers more than 89 miles of trails of remote backpacking and hiking opportunities through rugged terrain with spectacular mountain views reaching into Canada.
Southeast of Stryker is the city of Whitefish, Whitefish Lake State Park, and Big Mountain Resort. Big Mountain offers over 3,000 skiable acres, a full service alpine village with free skiing from the Village Lift, and activities to keep the whole family entertained during both the winter and summer seasons.
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